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Infobox on Aniline
Example of Aniline
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Aniline Oil
A colourless liquid, turning brown on exposure to air and light. Shipped in drums. Fumes are very penetrating. May taint other goods and leaves damaging stains on any contact. Toxic if swallowed, by inhalation or in contact with skin

Aniline Salt
White crystals, darkening in light and air. Decomposes to aniline in contact with alkalis. Shipped in casks. May give off toxic vapour. Any spillage stains. Should be stowed away from foodstuffs.

Aniline dyes
A large class of dyes made from aniline. Toxic and irritating to eyes and skin. Will leave damaging stain on any contact.

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